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Re: Perl equiv for 'svn info http://example.com/repos'?

From: Christopher H. Laco <claco_at_chrislaco.com>
Date: 2005-10-31 00:59:48 CET

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Garrett Rooney wrote:
> On 10/30/05, Christopher H. Laco <claco@chrislaco.com> wrote:
>>Not knowing exactly where..I stumbled across this...
> The stuff at quicksort.net is actually very out of date (I put it up
> when I was originally converting the Subversion public headers to
> Doxygen), you're better off with the stuff at:
> http://svn.collab.net/svn-doxygen/
>>Seeing things like get_dir/get_file... I should be able to use SVN::Ra
>>for my browseing instead of SVN::Client->cat/ls right?
> It's possible, although the higher level APIs in SVN::Client might be
> more convenient. The SVN::Ra API is much more low level.

Yeah, I'll say. If you don't do C/XS, those docs aren't very helpful in

The simplest thing

my $count = $ra->get_dir('/svn', $head);

I know there's a 3rd and 4th param, but what are they in perl-speak?
Passing \%hash or \@array get's nothing.

I get back a number. I have no idea how to actually get the contents.

SVN::Client works fine, but it's also a little unclear on how to get
svn:log props for each dirent returned from ->ls without making seperate
calls to get_prop for each item when looping through them.

At this point, I've be a little more productive just parsing the cmd
line client output. :-/

- -=Chris
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